Hello - very glad to hear that you are on top of the changes to Unicode
2.0. Unicode 2.1 only exists as a technical report. The changes and
additions documented by Unicode 2.1 are being incorporated into Unicode
3.0, so the first time they will appear in book form will be with the
publication of Unicode 3.0. Unicode 3.0 is targeted to be available in the
fall of this year.
Eric Maryniak <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 01/29/99 03:50:05 AM
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cc: (bcc: Lisa Moore/Santa Teresa/IBM)
Subject: Q: Unicode 2.1 available in printed form (book)?
Please excuse me for possibly asking a stupid question, but I'm new
to this list and could not find the answer on http://www.unicode.org/.
It seems that the latest printed (as book) Unicode standard is 2.0.
However, there are quite a number of significant changes (a/o euro) in 2.1.
Is there a release date for 2.1 in book form?
(i'm really just to lazy to process the amendments by hand in our 2.0 copy
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